The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) – Division of Drugs, Devices, & Cosmetics (DDDC) maintains a webpage full of commonly posed questions. Many of the questions are related to the Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) license: FL DBPR DDDC Permitting FAQs
Here’s a teaser tidbit from a blog post that was really well written. Seven free tips on how to approach your online learning experience.
“Being in control of your own motivation doesn’t mean that eLearning should be a grueling challenge in self-discipline, though. You simply might need to adjust your strategy a bit. For a successful eLearning journey, there are some basic eLearning dos and don’ts that will ensure you get the very best from your effort and motivation.”
In the search box, enter “candidate information booklets.” Choose English. Then click “DDC – Certified Designated Representative.”
The original post follows below:
Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) Reexamination Information
A candidate who fails to achieve the required passing score on the examination may be reexamined upon submission of a written request and a fee of $241.00. Pertinent reexamination and contact information is provided to all affected candidates along with their original grade report.”
If you’re preparing to take the Florida Certified Designated Representative Laws and Rules Examination, please don’t wait until the last minute to prepare and study for the test. If the exam is in your future, start studying as soon as you can, in order to avoid unnecessary stress.